Tutor, course lecturer for Craniosacral courses and Homotoxicology and Bioregulatory Medicine courses
Jonathan is an experienced osteopath, craniosacral therapist and homotoxicology practitoner. He graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 1985 and has practiced cranial osteopathy since 1987, including the treatment of babies and children. He runs his own successful osteopathic practice at Turning Point Clinics in Bath and Devon. In recent years he has devised and taught numerous courses and workshops on advanced soft tissue manipulation and craniosacral technique.
An accomplished speaker, Jonathan has lectured extensively in the UK and abroad to a variety of participants in orthodox medicine and complementary medicine, including the European School of Osteopathy. In 2008 he addressed 750 delegates from around the world at the Advancing Osteopathy Conference and in 2012 he lectured at the Royal College of Physicians in London on the subject of Homotoxicology and Biopuncture. He contributes regularly to professional journals and magazines.
Jonathan is registered by the General Osteopathic Council and is a member of the British Osteopathic Association. He is also a member of the Society of Homotoxicology and Anti-Homotoxic Therapy GB.
Lecturer in Homotoxicology, Tutor, course lecturer for Homotoxicology and Bioregulatory Medicine courses
Rosemary is a trained teacher and became interested in homoeopathy when taking a break from teaching to bring up her family. Having seen first-hand how well it worked on children she undertook a foundation course in homoeopathy, and went on to study homotoxicology (or 'progressive homoeopathy' as it was then known) after seeing the dramatic improvement of a family member with ME.
Rosemary has also qualified in Bioelectric Function Diagnostics (electro acupuncture) and qualified in clinical homoeopathy in 1999 at the College of Progressive Homoeopathy (trained by the late Adrian Lindeman and Janice Seeley). And has also completed further related courses to keep up-to-date.She has since built up a thriving practice in Devon, Bath and now London.